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  FOX    Mornings on 2    News; News/Business. New. (CC)  

    July 10, 2013
    7:00 - 9:01am PDT  

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>> reporter: grling. we're live near sfo. i talked to the ntsb -- good morning. we are live near sfo. i talked to the ntsb this morning. more coming up. we're live in san jose where police are investigating a homicide at a homeless shelter. we'll tell you about the what gres being made in catching a suspect. a fiery crash on an east bay freeway. what led up to this frightening scene this morning. "mornings on 2" starts right
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now. good morning, everybody. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark has the day off. let's get to steve. a lot of people were surprised about the heat yesterday. >> yes. that will not be the case today. a bigger fog bank came in. that ridge of high pressure is one of the strongest i've seen. but today loses its grip so temperatures coming down a little bit. >> right now, the san mateo bridge traffic looks pretty good. i thought there was a slowdown eastbound but it turned out not to be the case as we look here at the peninsula. the traffic looks good but the dense fog is at the bottom of the waldo grade. back to the desk. possible clues about what went wrong with flight 214. they are focusing on the speed
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of the plane at the time of the landing at sfo. claudine wong is live near sfo with more information on this. >> reporter: good morning. let me give you a vantage point. behind me is sfo, you can see planes are taking off out of here, they are landing three of the runways are open. if we want over, though, we can show you the runway that's not open. this is where flight 214, that airplane still sits on the runway. it looks like it could be there well into next week. the ntsb told me this morning they like to estimate a week 0 two weeks on scene -- a week to two weeks on scene. this is a big deprefield. what's going to happen today? investigators will be back on scene. they are mapping out everything they can out there, documenting where everything sits. they want to do that as quickly as possible. it will take time. you have a big debris field.
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you have a big airplane and a lot of questions about what went wrong out there on that runway. now, it terms of interviews, they have interviewed all four pilots. they completed those interviews yesterday. the pilots do acknowledge they were going too low. they were going too slow. and they knew that in the moments before the tail end of that airplane hit the runway. the question is, what does all of this mean? let's take a look at all of the electronics. but obviously this put a lot of focus on the pilots. >> at the end of the day, our goal is to learn from this. to make sure no other crew will find themselves in a situation like this crew. >> reporter: but isn't part of the lesson that you have to pay attention, that everything is so automated these days that you can't rely on automation, regardless? >> we've conducted a number of investigations in the past approach and landing, critical
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phase of flight, pilot monitoring skills are very important. we've issued recommendations about those in this investigation. we'll have to see what the facts tell us. >> reporter: what the ntsb will not do this morning is make any conclusions, even though acknowledging what they do know, they don't want to say what it all means. that will take time. we're talking about months, maybe over a year before they actually make a report on what they think went wrong, what's to blame and what can change in the future. they're gonna be looking at fg. the investigators -- at everything. the investigators will be out here. you are taking a live look, if we come back to sfo to the containers on the runway and the shell of the airplane that still sits out there. they will probably take pieces of it and move it off site.
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the ntsb consider this a safety investigation, they say, as opposed to a criminal investigation. they want the aviation industry to learn from this and they want everyone to be forthcoming. they still want to interview the cabin crew and any passengers that are willing. they are trying to get as good of a picture as possible of everything that was happening and everything that went wrong on flight 214. live near sfo, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the parents of the two chinese girls killed in the crash are still in the bay area this morning. a coroner's office investigator met with the families yesterday at the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame. he told them that ye mengyuan, he may have her exact cause of death in a week. >> we already receive a lot of phone call because there's a
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lot of students from china on this flight. >> ye and her friend, wang linjia were 16 years old and they were heading to summer camp in southern california. the coroner is waiting for their parents' permission before releasing their bodies to a funeral home. also new a flight that experienced trouble last night has landed safely at the cincinnati airport. a delta plane was scheduled to depart sfo at 11:00 a.m. but a duty manager says a small utility vehicle known as a tug bumped into the plane before takeoff. no one was injured. everybody on board was moved to a new aircraft. the flight arrived at the cincinnati airport at 6:39 this morning, pacific time. back here, all lanes of east. i-80 are back home. the chp says it appears a big rig rear ended a van and then the van rolled and burst into
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flames. firefighters blocked all lanes of traffic to put the fire out. crews also had to clean a mess off the roadway. the drivers ran away and were not injured. some lanes were closed for three hours and just reopened about 45 minutes ago. new this morning, san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing at a homeless shelter. janine de la vega is live. we're learning someone has been detained, janine. >> reporter: that's correct, tori. no arrests have been made. but police have a man in custody that they say lives here at the julian street inn right at the corner of -- [no audio] >> it looks like we lost janine. >> yes, that's a stabbing at a homeless shelter in san jose. let's go to sal castanedo for an update on traffic. what's going on in the east bay? >> it's a little bit slow. good morning to you. 80 westbound you will see a
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little bit of slow traffic, especially 80 coming through richmond. the east shore freeway, it's heavy. it's not all that bad. we had the crash where the big rig burst into flames earlier. they got that out of the way early this morning and that -- the commute traffic was never affected by it. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed you for a 30-minute delay. it's backed up all the way out to the macarthur maze. once you make it on the bridge, it looks good into san francisco. i want to mention that the san mateo bridge looks good. if you are driving on the dumbarton bridge, the same thing goes. on the peninsula, southbound 101 looks good to redwood city. southbound is 280. just be careful about the fog. steve says the fog bank is deeper. let's go to steve. still not much of a breeze yet. there's a stronger breeze near the delta and travis.
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we had more fog. it was right down on the ground yesterday. it was a sign that high pressure built in. we also have a lot of high, tropical clouds in southern california. there has been reports of rain in long beach. it's very foggy. so far they seem to be around santa barbara, also to bakersfield and las vegas, a few of these have drifted north towards santa clara valley and monterey. if you see some higher clouds, tropical clouds, that's where they are coming from. cooler inland today. yesterday skyrocketed up. temperatures started off warm. stronger west wind in the higher elcations as well -- higher elevations as well. there's one little low. that's coming in right over the bay area. won't do much. this area of low pressure comes over the next couple of days which will continue to keep us on a cooler pattern. 50s for some. 60s for others. low 50s for a few this morning. the wind at trafn travis just
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fell apart. more of a west wind, concord, napa. that's are signs that were not there yesterday. because of the cloud cover, only 84 in palm springs. humidity factor really high. 44 in tahoe. 61 in sacramento. yesterday at this time, they were 64. our low gives us a cooler pattern. should push the higher clouds, most of them off to the east and the sierra nevada. higher fog bank. a little cooler inland after yesterday. today there will still be 90s. a lot more 70s and 80s closer to the water and the coast. cooler takes way into thursday, friday. probably keep things even kiel on saturday and then a little warmer inland temperatures on sunday. tori and brian? >> thank you. 7:10. we know the opening is delayed. what's next for the troubled new eastern span of the bay bridge? that answer is coming up. today, the boston marathon bombing suspect makes his first appearance in public since mid- april. who else is expected to be in the courtroom? look at 'em.
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7:12. as we mentioned earlier, san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing at a homeless shelter. ktvu's janine de la vega joins us once again at the julian street inn. were you telling us someone -- you were telling us someone has been detained. >> reporter: yes, that person, a man, has not been arrested. he's in custody. we're told he lives at the julian street inn behind the sap center. police have this whole center roped off. they believe the man was involved in the stabbing and could be a possible suspect. he's been at the police station now for seven hours with detectives. police tell me just after
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midnight that officers were called to a stabbing at the emergency shelter run by "envision" on julieen street. officers say it appears a confrontation happened. they found a man stabbed, possibly in the neck area. they say he was a white man in his 40s. he died at the scene. we're told there were witnesses interviewed by the detectives. crime scene detectives are still here. the shelter is the only one that serves mentally ill clients in the county. people who live there are getting treatment and counseling, they are allowed to stay there for 60 days. i spoke to a media representative from "envision" who told me that she's trying to get more information. she did say the clients they serve there are not allowed to have weapons. she was sort of unclear on the policy if bags were searched.
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if people were searched. you can see the coroner is on the scene. they are here to recover the body. again, we don't know the victim's identity. just that he's a resident, a man who was seeking emergency shelter here. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. 7:14. the 19-year-old boston marathon bombing suspect has his first public court appearance today. the arraignment of dzhokhar tsarnaev is scheduled this afternoon in a federal court in boston. he's charged with using a weapons of mass destruction in the bombings that killed three people and injured more than 260 others. he was found bleeding and hiding in a boat in someone's backyard four days after the april 15th explosion. happening right now on capitol hill. melandecurity committees are hearing testimony about the boston marathon bombing and other attacks on u.s. soil. as kyla campbell reports from washington, d.c., lawmakers want to know if the u.s. is
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prepared to avoid and respond to attacks. kyla? >> reporter: congress wants to know whether or not authorities worked well together before and after those bombs exploded on april 15th. we're taking a live look right now at the house hearing where the chairman earlier slammed the fbi. he said the agency refuses to appear and provide paperwork on how they responded to the boston marathon bombing. one witness who testified this morning, former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani. he said there's no question, the u.s. has improved safety when it comes to thwarts attacks from the air and attacks planned by well-known terrorist groups. giuliani is worried that the u.s. is more vulnerable to small groups like these brothers in this boston marathon bombing. >> smaller groups, using smaller groups as a way of attacking us, going back to the
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early part of this century, bin laden was encouraging people to do that. >> reporter: the committee is investigating how authorities responded. we'll have the latest testimony from both hearings when i see you next hour. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:16. today, senate democrats will try again to restore lower interest rates for student loans. a test vote is scheduled on a senate measure that would return rates on stafford loans for 3.4% for one year. when lawmakers failed to make a deal. the rates doubled to 6.8%. the goal is to reach a deal before students return to school. there's welcomed news for many students pursuing a master's degree. the board is considering freezing the tuition, of professional programs, including law, business and medicine. however, there will likely be increasing students for nursing students due to state and federal funding that was
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promised but never came through. a shift in winds is helping fire crews gain ground on a wildfire in san diego county. the fire destroyed more than 120 vacation cabins in the laguna mountains. a lodge operated by the sierra club is also lost. inspection teams will go through the burned-out areas to assess the damage. in nevada, several las vegas casinos are hoping their doors to people forced out of their homes from a nearby hotel. the rates are as low as $25. others are letting fire victims stay for free in two weeks. a wildfire is burning northwest of las vegas in a mountainous area with 500 homes. at this point, it's only 10% contained. new smoke shops wanting to open in antioch will have to wait until at least 2014.
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city staff have the time to revise shops of operation, location and proximity to schools and parks. mexico has surpassed the obesity rate in the united states, making it the fattest country in the americas. a new study by the yuns food and agricultural regulations shows obesity rate is 32.9%. several pacific island countries and territories have higher rates. it's day three at a hunger strike. 21,000 inmates are refusing meals across the state. that's slightly down from the 30,000 who participated on monday. inmates are protesting the use of solidarity comfinement. this is the third strike in the prison system. a popular san francisco
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restaurant is asking for your help to reopen the doors. >> if you live here. if you are a san francisco resident, come out, support us. e-mail this guy right here. >> tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. in city hall. the owner of "bacon bacon" will be presenting his petition. the bay area air quality management district is holding a free public forum tomorrow on new approaches to monitoring air pollution from oil refineries and chemical plants. a panel of experts will discuss the latest pollution monitoring technology. the air district ceo says the idea behind the forum is to improve refinery pollution in the bay area. the forum will be held from 9:30 to 4:30 tomorrow and the air board meeting room at 9:30 ellis street in san francisco. there's fallout from the permanent shutdown of the san onofre nuclear power plant.
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southern california edison announced last month, it was closing the facility for good. the twin reactors have not produced electricity since january of last year. a small radiation leak lead to the discovery of hundreds of tubes that carry water. there will be a hearing this morning at 9:30 to discuss the lost electricity, the lost jobs and the consequences of the shutdown. no question it was hot in many parts of the bay area yesterday. but we're in for a much different story today. up next, steve paulson will tell us about the change in the weather. and the thief caught stealing a package from an east bay home. and the man they are looking for this morning. good morning. san mateo bridge traffic looks pretty good heading out to the high rise. another look at the traffic, the morning commute, that's coming up.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." legal analysts say the lee balty of such bans of gay marriage in some states will return to the high court since the justices didn't tackle the issue when they ruled on the prop 8 case. thins the court struck -- since the court struck down this, they say, it will be difficult to deny those to marry. let's check in with sal. is it crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza? >> it is getting more crowded. >> traffic on 80 westbound has been slow in pockets from the
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macarthur maze up to the metering lights which is not unusual. there's not a huge backup. it's nothing that you haven't seen all of the time. once you get on the bridge, it looks good into san francisco. i do want to mention that traffic will be slow on the peninsula we're just finding out now. i want to move it down a little bit. we had such a terrible accident in mountain view that caused a really big traffic jam. moving along to another live picture. this is northbound 101 from san jose to 880. you can see it for yourself that traffic is moving along well for now.
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you can see the fog there. it's raining in parts of southern california from all of the tropical cloud cover. some of that may kind of inch northward up to the santa clara valley. if you see some higher clouds. it should burn off in the centrals. as a low comes in it, will bump things out of the way. 65 in antioch. there's the low starting to swick toward us. see the spin in the atmosphere. that with another system out of the gulf of alaska. all spell cooler. low clouds. more than fog. yesterday it was fog. sunny, nice, hot, mostly sunny, i should say, there could be a few clouds drifting into the south. but 60s to 90s. some areas yes of clearlake, vacaville, still hot. livermore down about 9 or 10 degrees. some areas coming in the upper 80s that were about ten degrees warmer. the cooler pattern will take us into friday. maybe a bump up in the inland
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temperatures by the weekend. thank you, steve. 7:26. searching for answers into the crash of flight 214. the areas of focus in the ntsb investigation. [ male announcer ] you know that sizzler grills the world's best steaks.
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the ntsb has finished interviewing all four pilots. three were in the cockpit, while a fourth, relief captain, was in the cabin. the pilots were focused on lining up the landing and assumed that the automatic throttle was controlling the speed. the pilot logged 9700 airs in the air but only 35 in that type of plane. the ntsb says it's still premature to discuss what was the cause, they are taking a close look at the speed.
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the pilots said they set the tltle at 150 miles an hour. the auto throttle is similar to a car's cruise control. investigators say it may have been set in the armed position which is still one step from being properly activated. >> we've conducted a number of investigators in the past approach and landing critical phase of flight. pilot monitoring skills are very important. the plane was going 122 miles per hour when it hit the sea wall at sfo tearing off the landing gear first. it was traveling 36 miles an hour. less than the target speed to land at the airport. a full report on the crash could take up to 18 months to complete. in the next hour of "mornings on 2," never before scene video of one of the girls killed in
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>> those passengers injured on the flight, most of them, are at home recovering. there are still 22 in the hospital. 12 people are at san francisco general. five are in critical condition, including a child. stanford hospital has four patients there. the remaining patients are rekoeferring at three other san francisco hospitals with less serious. the closed runway at sfo is delaying arrivals two and a half
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hours. we understand that first- class passengers had shoulder belts. cabin passengers had lap belts and reportedly suffered trauma injuries. this man is a surgeon and he treated 62 passengers. >> your sternum snaps, the organs inside will get disrupted. we were out speaking to people flying in and out of sfo about seat belts on board planes. that's interesting experience and we'll bring you their comments coming up in the next hour of "mornings on 2." also in our next hour, adding
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or revising seat belts on planes does come at a cost. we'll have more on that coming up next. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. flight 214 will have complete coverage of the investigation and include more about the heroic efforts to save passengers. the show airs at 9:00 p.m. right here on ktvu channel 2. happening today -- a special meeting on the new eastern span of the bay bridge and its delayed opening. tie utehs is live on the embarcadero with what we can expect to learn. >> reporter: we may get a better time line when the bridge is supposed to open as well as if the celebration for the bridge opening is going to be rescheduled or not. many people i spoke with are frustrated with the delays but others say let's just get the bridge fixed and celebrate.
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>> i hope they fix the boats first before they let people up there -- the bolts first before they let people up. and then i hope they then open it up with a big party celebration. >> reporter: the committee announced the eastern span will not open labor day weekend. that's due to the pesky bolts. the brittle bolts that are supposed to keep them from getting brittle. organize the $5 million grand opening celebration is now up in the air. this oakland resident says he's eager to just enjoy the new span. >> there will be a walkway up there. that will be nice. i signed up to walk on the day of the ceremony and -- so i'm waiting to get the call when i can go up there and walk around. >> a lot of people waiting to get the call as to when that bridge will open. we may get some more clarity
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this morning at a meeting scheduled for 10:00 in oakland. we'll have a crew there to bring you the latest updates on the bay bridge opening. you can stay with ktvu.com. our twitter site as well as our later newscast. live in san francisco, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. thank you. 7:35. there are renewed warnings for pet owners after more poisonous meatballs were found in san francisco. we first told you about the problem last week after a dog ate one of the meatballs in the twin peeks neighborhood and got sick. police are reminding pet owners to be careful when walking dogs. if you see anything suspicious, call police. a fire set in claytop park may have been deliberately set. the fires started yesterday on a trail. contra costa county firefighter say police detained a suspect. but police have not confirmed that yet.
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police are trying to track down a man stealing a package from the home. here is a look at the suspect. he's a transient but his last known address is in san jose. police say a surveillance video shows him pulling up in a blue bmw to a home one month ago. he gets out of the car and walks up to the porch. a few moments later, he's seen walking back to the car with a package in his hand. the package contains some toys from amazon.com. police issued a warrant for his arrest. we're in the heart of the morning commute. sal, where are the slowdowns at? >> near the toll plaza, brian and tori. but 24 is moderate from walnut creek to oakland. as you can see here from la fayette heading to orinda -- we have quite a bit of crowding here. at the toll plaza, it's about a
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25-minute delay. it's been steady and slow. we haven't had any incidents getting into san francisco. on the peninsula, southbound 101 traffic does look pretty good. there was an earlier crash in mountain view. it's causing slow traffic into sunnyvale. second straight day of something like that happening to that commute on 101. as we move down to the south bay northbound 101 is also slow now from 280 up to the airport. 280 itself is slowing down from the downtown area up to cupertino. 7:38. let's go to steve. a very good morning. very foggy. yesterday was foggy. we call it fog. low cloud deck which is much, much higher. about a quarter mile. not the case today. there's a lot of fog. there is a system to the west of us that's helping to increase that fog also lifted and kind of knock the high- pressure system out of the way. it's heading east again today. low clouds and fog for many.
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painting a line about the edge of them. most of this will stay in the san joaquin valley and also southern california. very humid down there. near porterville where i spent a week one night. we have santa barbara. you can see just now starting to head into the san joaquin valley around bakersfield. it looks like south of that maybe some rain. there's been some in southern california. tropical clouds not south. a few could make it into the valley. cooler inland. there's a stronger westerly breeze from san pablo bay out to the delta and that was not there yet. right there is one low. you can see how this is churning towards us. there's another one coming out. that's allowing the fog to lift. 50s on the temperatures. very, very low 60s. yesterday at this time, areas are warming up. that's not the case. it's holding steady or picking up. a little bit today. also some of the rain, but for us, our focus is to the west and that's going to give us a
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westerly wind today. so low clouds, sunny, nice for some, hot but not as hot as yesterday. it will be cooler inland. up to clearlake, 94. novato is in there. 83 napa. fairfield, 90. oakland berkeley, emeryville, sausalito in there. martinez, concord. inland alameda, 68. 82 san jose down 4 from yesterday. 70 san bruno. 60 pacifica. we'll go 80. mountain view, pal loy alto -- palo alto. cooler takes us into thursday and friday. it does look like temperatures will warm up. >> it, steve. 20 minutes before -- thank you, steve. 20 minutes before 8:00. the propose am to remove the
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footprint in yosemite is stirring up controversy. residents would not able to rent bikes and do other activities. final tee tails after looking -- details after looking into this will be out in december. too much information. why the pilots are not happy about information peaking sent out about the flight on asiana airlines, flight 214. look at 'em.
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investors will examine those minutes closely for clues about when the fed might begin the easeback on the economic stimulus program. investors keeping an eye on corporate earnings. taking a live look at the big board, the dow down 21. the nasdaq up 4. s&p down 2. 7:43. j.p. morgan chase made mistakes while suing thousands of its credit card customers. this was according to the wall street journal. the paper says j.p. morgan examined about 1,000 lawsuits and found mistakes in 90 of them. the errors range from inaccurate interest rates and fees to a few cases where the amount owed was higher than it should have been. about 100,000 californians were involved in those lawsuits. happening now in sanford, florida, a judge has just ruled that tray vonn martin's text cannot be introduced as evidence in george zimmerman's trial. those texts reportedly discuss fights that martin had been in
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in the school. judge ruled the animation re- creation cannot be introduced as evidence. defense attorneys may be able to use it during closing arguments. new documents filed in the case of aaron hernandez are linking him to more than one murder. a vehicle wanted in a tubl killing in boston one year ago was rented in hernandez's name. the filing includes system from a man who was with hernandez the night odin was killed. the texas house is scheduled to hold a final vote on controversial abortion restrictions, despite strong opposition from women's rights groups. >> i know that you know that you don't want to put your constituents back to the back alleys -- >> the measure is expected to pass after being approved in a
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provisional vote. the bill would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and required this action on it. former alaska governor sarah palin may run for senate. yesterday, the 2008 republican vice presidential nominee told conservative radio host sean hannity she's considering a bid for senate. palin says she's waiting to see who will enter the race before deciding. a group that wants hillary clinton to run for president in 2016 is getting help from some of the people behind president obama's two successful presidential campaigns. the ready for hillary super-pac has hired the democratic firm
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for the campaign in 2016. this is video of clinton at the dedication of a children's library in her had -- in her name on monday. she's not said whether she will make another run for the white house. as the investigation moves forward, a -- as the plane crash investigation moves forward, a lot of questions are being discussed about what can be on in the future so this does not happen? the ntsb favors a system that will audibly alert patients -- alerts to pilots and others think it's a distraction. many pilots and their advocates are upset that investigators have been so quick will toe release --
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quickly to release information about this plane crash. but that's their job. >> they are letting people know about this investigation is assessing and i think that's what they should be doing. >> this gives the impression that the asiana pilots may have made mistakes. the former spokesman for the sfo says the ntsb has an obligation to inform the public whether they like it ot for. asiana has ordered 46 new jets and was working to add flights from south korea to los angeles and new york city. passengers may still clear of asiana in the short-term but they say air traffic from south korea is increasing and asiana has had a good safety record. japan's nippen airways is expecting the stream lining service at mineta airport. the airline has been flying
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into san jose five days a week with no service on tuesdays or thursdays. starting tomorrow. there will be a flight that leaves san jose at 1:00 in the afternoon. ana currently has the only dreamliner service in the bay area. the fire is burning along highway 50 near kibers on the way to south lake tahoe. so far, no homes have been damaged and no one has been evacuated. the chp says the fire may have been sparked by a broken axle from a motor home towing a truck. canadian authorities have found evidence a valley act may have caused a deadly train crash that killed nearly 5 people. a train carrying people began to roll down the hill. and then it crashed and derailed at 63 miles an hour. even if they knew that rail dispatchers would not be able
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to warn anyone. >> there's no way that the dispatcher could see or to realize -- [inaudible] >> at least 40 buildings were leveled in the explosions and nearly 2,000 people had to be evacuated. so far half of the evacuatedses have been allowed to return to their home. 7:50. a proposed fine against pg&e for the san bruno pipeline tafrter may be dropped -- daferpter may be dropped. the -- disaster may be dropped. the cpuc says the proposal for a $2.2 billion fine contains certain inaccuracies. the commission is expected to draft a new form. well, tori there is a lot of outrage over the tsa screening of a wounded marin.
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contact the airline ahead of time. by doing so, security measures could be catered to the man or woman in ub form. some san francisco tourists saw something they didn't expect during a bus tour. their driver was arrested. the bus driver was driving a san francisco deluxe sight- seeing bus. he was pulled over and that's when the officer noticed three bottles of liquor, arrested him and took him away. tourists are not worried about this. >> i expect it to be safe and be a one-time thing and i expect the company to sort it out. >> the tour company's lawyer said the driver was fired immediately. but the company is not releasing any details. we checked the dmv records and the driver only had one minor accident in his file. >> have you ever done that? been on that?
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>> no. >> i did that with friends visiting from vermont. it was fun. nice way to see the city. dmeck with sal -- check in with sal? >> yes. >> the traffic is slowing down on 280 northbound getting up to highway 17. you can see it there. i think a lot of people are avoiding highway 101. highway one has been very slow because of an accident. i want to show it to you on the maps here. this is not as bad as yesterday because the accident wasn't as severe. but we still have slow traffic in tharyia. let's take a look at the toll plaza which is slow and steady but getting better. if you are driving from, let's say, oakland or the east shore freeway, the back jum is about 20 minutes before you make it past the metering lights. let's go to steve. >> we have a lot of low clouds in place. she said we had sun but fog
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came in. it's still there. a little bit of sun near brisbane. there's a little bit of fog around. there's a bigger fog bank and high and mid-level clouds down in southern california. even a little bit of rain down in long beach. most of these high clouds should stay to the south. 50s, 60s. we have a more pronounced westerly breeze. the fog is higher. there's a couple of systems taking aim at us. that's going to allow not only more fog but some cooler air aloft. high clouds might come in later. overall a bigger fog bank means temperatures soared up, the inland temperatures. yes, i know. one more day and then everyone will cool down even some areas to the south will continue that cooling. we'll take that right into friday and saturday. maybe a warmup on the inland temperatures by sunday. coming up in the 8:00 hour, she was a victim of the flight 214. her life cut short at the young
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age of 14. never before seen video of her and her musical talents. >> reporter: and we're live in san francisco. we're finding out more information from the ntsb about what will happen next in the investigation and how long they plan to stay.
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welcome back. i'm tori campbell. >> dave clark is off today. let's get a quick look at weather and traffic. it won't be as hot as yesterday? >> that's right. coast and bay -- what are you talking about? it has not been that much warmer for us. a cooler pattern does start and goes into the early part of the week and the weekend maybe here's sal. a little bit of dense fog at the southern end of marin county. a new crash in marin. this is a look at 101. some slowing and crowding on the way to mountain view. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. the ntsb safety board will hold another news conference at 2:00 this afternoon. ktvu's claudine wong received a sneak preview when she spoke one on one with the head of the ntsb. what did the chairwoman have to
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say? >> reporter: she basic said there's a lot of work to be done. there's just a mountain of work they need to to before they can come to any kind of conclusion and what exactly went wrong there. we're at sfo this morning. you can see behind us. there are planes. we can show you where the wreckage is. keep in mind, there are three of the forerunways in operation. the -- of the four runways in operation. the ntsb says they want to get this runway where the crash happened up and running as soon as can. we expect the investigators back this morning, documenting, trying to make sure they put all of the pieces together. the ntsb chairwoman this morning told me that at this point, they had completed all of the interviews with the pilots. pilots obviously, a big focus out here. it just says they've been forthcoming and cooperative.
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they weren't compelled to say but they did stay to talk to investigators about what happened. they acknowledged they knew they were too low and going too slow and they did try to correct it. they talk about that auto throttle being on. it's still unclear if it was actually engaged but at this point, the ntsb says no conclusion about who is to blame but again, a lot of focus on the pilot. >> pilot monitoring skills are very important. we've issued recommendations about those in this investigation. we're gonna have to see what the facts tell us. i know everyone wants to reach a conclusion in the first days or even the first week after an accident. but what we often find in our investigations is that really there's a chain of events. it's not a single thing that causes the accident. >> reporter: so what's next? >> well, the estimate that will be -- they estimate it will be a week or two before they clear the scene. i asked are we closer to a week or two weeks.
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she says it looks like it will be closer to two. but no hard time line. in terms of any conclusion, about 18 months, a year to 18 months before they come to any kution conclusion. they say this is a high priority case. do you see that plane landing? when these plane land, look what they do, they come right down right past that wreckage. that's what they are seeing right now. i had a viewer on my facebook page this morning saying how surreal it was to take off and land. they did that just yesterday with that in their sites. certainly, it makes everyone think closer about airline safety and just what's happening in the skies. the chairwoman said this morning when it comes to that, they do want this to be a learning exercise. they want to make sure they know exactly what happened out there so they can make sure it never happens again. live near sfo, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> definitely a surreal experience for the passengers. we're getting a closer look at
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one of the crash victims now. this is video of 16-year-old ye mengwuan. she won a gymnastics contest and received honors in a speech contest. the coroner's office investigator met with them yesterday at the crowne plaza hotel in burlingame. he told them she may have been hit by a fire truck responding to the crash. meantime, chinese volunteers are offering help, donations and support. >> maybe we can hold a candle prayer so that -- gather everybody together to do a prayer for the victims and their families. >> ye and her friend, 16-year- old wang lynn geia died on saturday.
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they were traveling on a summer camp program to visit the universities here in california. new this morning a flight that experienced trouble late last night has landed safely at the cincinnati airport. a delta plane was scheduled to depart sfo after 11:00 p.m. but the duty manager says a small utility vehicle known as a tug bumped into the aircraft just before takeoff. no one was injured and everyone on board was moved to another plane. that flight arrived at the cincinnati airport which is technically located in northern kentucky about 90 minutes ago. the chp is investigating the cause of this fiery crash which tied up traffic for hours earlier this morning. officers say a big rig rear ended a van in emeryville around 1:00 a.m., the van rolled and burst into flames, all lanes of eastbound i-80 were closed near powell street while firefighters put the fire out.
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crews also had to clean a mess off the roadway. >> there's a light film, oily film mixed with fluids from the engine department and not to mention the engines on scene when they were there putting out the fire. we want to make sure the lanes are not slick. >> some lanes were closed for three hours. the driveerts ran away from the crash and were not injured. new this morning, san jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing at a hotel shelter. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live at the julian street inn. i understand you spoke with someone who heard the attack. >> reporter: brian, yes, that's right. she told me the mood inside the julian street inn is very tense. she said people are very scared and they don't feel safe. this is an emergency shelter. it's located behind the shark tank at julieen and montgomery. we're told that weapons are not
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allowed in the facility. so at this point, we're unsure what was used in the stabbing. police say they did receive a 911 call from the shelter just after midnight. when they arrived, officers found a man who had been stabbed. he died a the scene. police say he was a white man in his 40s and was a resident of his shelter. officers detained another man who lives at the center and are questioning him as a possible suspect. residents say they are shocked and one woman describes what she heard right after the attack. >> i just heard the victim yelling help me, help me, please. i just got stabbed. call 911. and that's what i -- i spoke up to that. i went in the room and he was pleading out of his neck. >> reporter: this is a shelter that serves mentally ill complaints. residents have told us that the organization that runs this shelter has brought in counselors for them to help them deal with what they
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witness. now, there's been no identity yet on this victim. we were told by that female resident that you just heard from that the victim was a very nice man. she says that he wouldn't hurt a fly. again, no arrests yet, just a possible suspect in custody. this is the city '26th homicide of the year. reporting live from san jose, ktvu channel 2 news. vallejo police are searching for a man suspected in an attempted murder on hem broke drive. investigator -- pembroke drive. investigators say the victim and his wife went to visit robert edmondson earlier in the morning. they say the victim and edmondson got into a fight and he stabbed him in the face and upper body. the victim has serious but non- life-threatening injuries. new this morning, two big court decisions involving apple. a new york judge ruled against the company today in a federal
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anti-trust case involving ebooks. she conscludded that apple conspired -- concluded that apple conspired to undercut amazon.com. the judge will set a trial to determine damages. an original apple 1 computer told for quite a bit less than expected. the winning bid was just $387,000. experts had expected it go for $500,000. they say there were probably only 50 of the original apples still around. earlier this year, one of them sold for $600,000. $387,000, that's not too
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bad. the main question, does it still work? sal, any problems? we got a new problem that popped up on the board in danville. northbound 680 at sycamore valley road. it's reported to be a three-car crash and also with the paramedics and the fire department on the way to the freeway. we're trying to find out more about it. it's been dispatched to chp. let's take a look at some of the other commutes. the bay bridge is improving. that's more like a ten-minute delay. it's backed up to the middle. parking lot. you can look to the left. 880 is cleared out. looking at the commute on 880 northbound, we have slow traffic passing the coliseum and heading up to the downtown area. san jose, northbound 101 and getting to mountain view has been slow. we had an earlier stent. not as bad as -- accident. not as bad as yesterday. there is a daytime game at at&t park. it's the giants and the mets. that means the commute is going
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to be heavier than normal in the afternoon after that game gets out. let's go to steve. blue skies for some. a bigger fog bank. higher up, a little low to the west of us helping to enhance that. that's gonna give inland areas a cooldown. that high-pressure system kind of drifts a little bit to the west. it really sends inland temperatures up. not much change on the coast. we have a lot of reports and retuesdayed visibility. that's -- reduced visibility. plenty of low clouds to go around. there's also a lot of high and mid-level clouds. even some isolated rain in southern california. tropical moisture continues to drift move, moving up to the central coast and the san joaquin valley. most of this should say south. you can see it's already pointing more towards bakersfield and should stay that way as this system right there, right there will move in. then there's another system coming in from the pacific northwest which will continue
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to enhance that. between now and i would say friday, we look to have some cooler inland temperatures. i think by tomorrow, they will be far enough east. the system will push them off. but 60s, 70s. some low 60s. we're already about 67. 66 on some of the temperatures. some low 50s especially up to the north. 54 ta hee. 65 sacramento. with the cloud cover, only 84 in palm springs. but the humidity factor is really high. this little system is -- the main message for us. that's a cooler pattern. so low clouds. sunny, nice for some. warm, hot. 60s 70s, 80s and 90s. saint saint they leebst. helena, port chicago. low 90s. santa clara valley. on the coast, 60s, a lot of
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fog. south san francisco, the peninsula, very low 80s. this pattern will take us into friday and level things off and sunday looks warmer away from the coast. today, the boston marathon bombing suspect makes his first court appearance. and the high-profile witnesses testifying on capitol hill to the boston bombing and other attacks on u.s. soil. and what a folks supervisor did at a board meeting that she's never done before.
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it's 8:14. the controversy over edward snowden's leaks about the nsa shedding light on a u.s. surveillance program. analysts say government surveillance is a multi-million dollar business subject to little public scrutiny. the average wiretap costs the government more than $50,000. federal cases can cost as much as $2.9 million. facebook says it provides access to government agencies for free. yahoo!and google charge a small fee for e-mail records. the 19-year-old boston marathon bombing suspect will have his first court appearance. a special seating area is set aside for victims of the
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bombing the. dzhokhar tsarnaev is charged with using weapons of mass destruction that killed three people and injured more than 60 others. he was found hiding and bleeding in a boat in someone's yard four days after the explosion. ' heads to court this ych, congress has two hearings underway right now on how to prevent something like that from happening again. kyla campbell is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom where homeland security is a top priority. >> reporter: brian, the chairman for the house committee says the boston attack could have been prevented. >> what concerns me is the problem at the heart of preventing the boston bombings is a failure to share information. >> reporter: michael mccullough and others and other federal agencies knew the suspects, tamerlan tsarnaev and dzhokhar tsarnaev had connections with suspected terrorist groups in russia. but the fbi never warned the boston police to keep an eye on the two. former mayor, rudy giuliani
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testified this morning. he said the u.s. has come far in preventing attacks from the air and by well-known terrorists groups. smaller ones like the boston marathon bombing continued slipping through the cracks. congress and witnesses compliant med -- praised for hard work. the house committee chairman said they will likely be getting classified information tomorrow on the bombing from the department of homeland security and the national counterterrorism center. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. thank you. today, senate democrats will try to restore student loan interest rates. this would return rating on stafford loans to 3.4% for one year. when lawmakers failed to reach a deal, the rates doubled to 6.8%. the goal, to reach a deal
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before the students return from the summer break. and the board of regents is considering freezing tuition of professional programs including law, business and medicine. however, there will likely be fee increases for nursing students that was promised but never came through. 8:17. today, house republicans get together to discuss how they want to approach immigration reform. house speaker john boehner said he will not bring the bill past in the senate to the house floor for a vote. instead. house will come up with its own bill. coner is vative house republican -- conservative house republicans do not support citizenship for those living here illegally. but the obama administration says they will not include legislation that does not include the possibility of citizenship. san francisco has launched a new initiative to help the undocumented immigrants become citizens if congress passes
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legislation. mayor ed lee announced the public private partnership yesterday called pathway to it -- pathway to citizenship. well, for the first time ever, san francisco supervisor jane kim said the pledge of allegiance at a board meeting. she said it's in response to the supreme court ruling last month striking down the federal defense of marriage act. kim made headlines for standing during the pledge but rerefusing to say the words. this is video back in 2011. she said she took issue with the words "liberty and justice for all." well, "star wars" creator george lucas is heading to the white house. he will be receiving a national medal of arts. president obama will award the medal during a ceremony. elaine may and musician herb
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alpert will be honored. a total of 23 medals will be happened out. good news for people who walk, run, ride bikes or skateboard in santa rosa. a law was approved for people to file a simple lawsuit against anyone who assaults or harasses them. the new law is designed to make people feel less vulnerable. winder and healdsburg rejected the idea. emotional eaters may soon find comfort in a pen and paper rather than a fork and spoon. a new study by the journal of behavioral and brain science showing that drawing pictures of comfort food can have positive effects on your mood. researchers found mood improvements were not related to body mass index. so far,les long-term effects toence hans your -- to enhance your food is not known.
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switching beers now, passengers of -- gears now, passengers of flight 214 credit the cabin crew for coming to their aid. >> we have procedures where if we have a blocked exit, and that's what they used. and it's a cloudy and cool morning. steve paulson will tell us if the skies clear later today. this live picture allows me to paint a picture of you of southbound 680 slow traffic into danville. we'll tell you why that is happening. i'm totally in love with the avocado on this sub.
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the ntsb reports that the crash ejected two flight attendants from the rear of the plane. the passengers are praising the cabin crew for your heroism. fleapts must be certified for each type of aircraft they service just like the -- just like the pilots. >> there's similarities in the evacuation procedures but each aircraft is specific and yes, you have to be trained on each aircraft that you work on. >> an evacuation deployed inside the plane. there's speculation the door may not have opened properly.
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flight attendants help cut the slide to free passengers. stay with us for continuing coverage. sal, how are things in contra costa county? >> it's a little slow heading south and north. i want to show you this picture. slowdown in danville and alamo. there's been a crash they've been removing from the right- hand side. the bay bridge has become busier but it's still backed up to the middle of the parking lot and still a delay before you get into san francisco. in san jose and into mountain view, northbound 101, another bad day, not as bad as yesterday. it's slow getting into mountain view. let's go to steve. thank you. a lot more in the way of low clouds. yesterday, the fog was on the
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ground. high temperature kicked in. inland temperatures really rocketed up. we're not really seeing fog, but we're seeing low fog deck. a little low to the west of us is helping to enhance that. it will continue to do so. you can see a lot of low clouds which weren't there and have been burning off yesterday. tropical clouds inch to inch northward. they are in southern california. a few light showers. not a big deal. some of these could drift into the santa clara valley. it looks like a lot of them are already heading to the san joaquin valley. bigger fog bank, cool to warm. the next couple of days, see the low spinning to the west of us. there's another low spinning to the pacific northwest. that's bumping the high into the middle of the country. cooler today. the low looks like it will hang around into saturday. temperatures will continue to come down over the next couple of days. 60s now. temperatures 5 to 10 degrees cooler. >> thank you, steve. we'll continue to search for answers as to what happened
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on flight 214. the investigation this morning at sfo and the areas where the ntsb is now focusing. we may get a better time line this morning at a meeting over the bay bridge opening. what people are saying about the delay when "mornings on 2" continues.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." time now 8:29. and the ntsb has scheduled a news conference at 2:00 this afternoon to update the public on its investigation. but we are learning that after examining the flight data recorder and interviewing the pilots. investigators say the plane's landing speed was too slow, traveling 36 miles per hour less than the target speed.
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the pilots new something was wrong and aborted the landing. they tried to accelerate. the aircraft stalled and its landing clipped the sea wall to sfo. the ntsb says it could take up to 18 months before it releases a final report. the pilots say they set the awt throttle to -- automatic throttle and that throttle is similar to a cruise control on a car. the plane was going 122 miles an hour when it hit the sea wall at sfo, tearing off the tail. here more in a live report from the ntsb today. most of the passengers injured in the flight are back at home. there are still 22 passengers and crew members in the hospital. 12 people are at sf general, five of them are in critical condition, including a child.
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stanford hospital still has four victims. one of them is in critical. the receipt maining patients are recovering at three other hospitals with -- remaining patients are at recover -- are recover at three other hospitals -- are recovering at three other hospitals. there are departured delays to new jersey, new york and philadelphia tu to thunderstorms -- due to thunderstorms. we're learning more about what happened on flight 214 including the fact the seat belts may have played a role as well. pam cook is live in the newsroom with that part of the story. >> violently shaken. that's the description of what happened to the people on board flight 214. doctors at sf general who treated the plane crash victims say the internal injuries are reminiscent of the days before shoulder belts and cars.
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inside the cab p, first class passengers had shoulder belts but everyone else had just lap belts and reportedly suffered more be a tom nal injuries. now, we spoke to people flying in and out of sfo this morning about the concerns over safety and seat belts. >> you have them on cars. why not have them on planes? >> i think it's a good idea considering what's happened to these people. >> the airlines are making so much money on baggage stuff. if they want to do it, they can keep the rates as they are and do it. >> now, the airlines argue that adding 3-point seat belts would require major changes to the design and do mean higher prices to wake up for it. doctors warn that shoulder belts may transfer injuries higher up to the body, say, to the neck. doctors also say that passengers in the crash position where you are learning forward and with your head down as far as possible can limit
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spinal injuries but at this point, it's not clear if any of the beam on flight 214 -- people on the flight 214 had time to do that. we also want to remind you that tomorrow night, ktvu will air a special report on the crash-landing at sfo. the one-hour prime time special will have complete coverage of the investigation and include more about the heroic efforts to save%. the show air -- to save passengers. the show airs at 9:00 p.m. so many people were left homeless after a fire in redwood city, that the american red cross bay area is helping. they are continuing to support more than 90 people all affected by the six-alarm apartment fire early sunday morning. the service center subpoena at the national guard armory. san francisco is considering setting up a new database to help reunite stolen
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bikes and the owners. the program would help police check if someone was in possession of a stolen bike. it would help officers get in contact with the bicycle's rightful owner. the gel goal is to have the data -- the foal is to have the deaubs -- the goal is to have the deaubs up and running -- database up and run by the end of the year. american-made pickup truck are now the top choice of car thieves. the number one target, the f- 250 truck, followed by the chesh row vau lay -- chevrolet pickup. the rest of the top ten are all gm trucks and suvs. caltrans is holding a special meeting to talk about the delayed opening of the new bay bridge. katie utehs is live in san francisco with the important information expected to be released. katie, good morning.
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>> reporter: good morning. we may get a better time line for when the bridge will be ready to open and find out if there's going to be a grand opening ceremony rescheduled. but one man i spoke to, he's actually not concerned about the delay. he's just sad to see the old bridge go. >> i like the girders. i like all of the beams and everything. it's very beautiful the new bridge. but i don't mind the old one? >> reporter: even though this has been deemed unsafe? >> it's been unsafe for 75 years. >> reporter: safety committees say until the bolts can be repaired, the new span should not open. on monday, the bridge oversight announced the eastern span will not open labor day weekend as originally scheduled. the project is $5 billion over budget and ten years late. i asked people who is responsible for the bay bridge construction problems. >> we all gotta be held accountable. i think we're in a period of
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time in the history of the country where we're cutting corners and trying to get more for less and get something for nothing. i am not getting on until it's fixed. >> reporter: that meeting is scheduled at 10:00 a.m. in oakland. we'll have a crew there to bring you the details when the bay bridge will open and whether or not that celebration mr. take place or -- will take place or not. all right. a few problems out there, sal? >> yeah. we just found out about an injury crash at the corner of cabrillo and funston near golden gate park near park presidio. it's an injury crash involving an auto. let's go out to live pictures. bay bridge is improving. we do see traffic only backed up to the middle of the parking lot between five and ten-minute delay or more like a ten-minute delay. let's be conservative about it.
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san jose northbound 101 slow traffic as you drive from the middle of san jose to mountain view, it's getting belter now that they have cleared a crash. most of it is still in san jose. i want to mention there are two- and a half hour delays expected at sfo. this is a live picture of the runway. i believe that's runway 1. the you can see -- you can see that. but runway 2 left, that is the runway involved in the crash, that's not opened yet. we have two and a half-hour average delays. check with your carrier. a much, much higher fog bank and it never went anywhere yesterday. it just got smashed on the deck. temperatures rocketed right up. there's a lot of low clouds being enhanced by a little low right there on its way. that will give us a cooling trend. a lot of tropical clouds
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continue to kind of flirt with southern california. we have to deal with low clouds. there's also more of a westerly breeze. most of these are staying in southern california. very humid. only a few showers. not a lot going on. ist drifting north. if you are down towards monterey, you can see some higher clouds. that's the source. they are coming up from the south. as that moves in, it takes this cloud cover and sends it to the east. one, a little cooler today. that system will move into pacific northwest. that will take us friday into saturday. iting loos like the high- pressure system -- it's a strong high. i mean, yesterday, it was an indication of how strong it is. it kind of drifted back to us. inland temperatures shot up. it's heading up more towards the country. we get a cooler pattern. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. yesterday we were much warmer. again, the fog really on the coast, not changing too much there. but with the cloud cover, 80s. but very muggy in southern california and also towards las
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vegas. that tropical cloud cover will stay with them for probably one more day. a little cooler inland and then more so as we get into the next couple of days. 60s to 90s. again temperatures out of the upper 90s. or low 100s. sometimes you can drop 10 degrees. walnut creek 87. berkeley, 71. we'll go 80s for san jose. warmer towards east san jose. santa clara valley. 60s, 70s, 80s. peninsula, some very low 80s. cooler weather on thursday, friday. probably into saturday. maybe a slight warmup inland on sunday. santa clara county vector control will be fogging for mosquitoes tomorrow to help get rid of the wm virus. the -- west nile virus. this is for blossom hill, coddle road, santa teresa and snell avenue. it will start? the morning and -- had will start in the morning and last for several hours.
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there are renewed warnings for pet owners after more poisonous meatballs were found in san francisco. we first told you about the problem last week after a dog ate one of the meatballs and got very sick. the latest discovery was made over the weekend. police are reminding pet owners to be careful when walking dogs. if you see anything suspicious, you are asked to call police. firefighters say five firefighters set near a clayton park may have been deliberately set. the fires all started yesterday on a trail near liddia lane park. contra costa fire tweeted that clayton police detained a person of interest but police have not confirmed that. fremont police are trying to track down a man caught stealing a package from the front porch of a home. the suspect is 27 years old. he's a transient. his last known address is in san jose. police say a video shows him pulling up to a home one month
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ago in a bmw. he gets out of the car and walks up to the porch and then he's seen whacking back -- seen walking back to his car with a bag full of toys from amazon.com. a report focuses on the actions of employees after there learned that a coworker was suspected of sexually abusing teenaged girls. the workers were put on leave back in march for failing to report the alleged abuse to police. but they were later reinstated after an internal investigation found after the group acted inappropriately. going too far. why a proposal to restore yosesty back to nature -- yosemite back to nature is stirring up controversy. >> reporter: and i did talk to the head of the ntsb about the investigation still underway. we'll tell you what she says is happening today and what is
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next as this investigation moves forward. that's when "mornings on 2" comes back.
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stocks are a little changed as investors wait for the release from the minutes of the federal reserve's latest policy meeting.
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they are looking for a clue about when the fed will ease up on the economic stimulus program. the dow is down 20. the nasdaq is up 4. s&p down 2. 8:44. now to the investigation of flight 214. the ntsb has scheduled another news conference at 2:00 this afternoon. while the ntsb says it is only in the preliminary stages of the investigation, it is focused on the speed of the plane at the time of the crash landing. let's go to claudine wong near the airport where you talked one on one with the head of the safety board. >> reporter: that's right. we asked her what's next in this investigation because certainly there's a lot of pieces that still need to be put together. one runway still closed at sfo. so the question is when does that wrap up? when do you move to the next phase? from our vantage point, you can see operations underway right now. three of the four runways are open. but if we pan on down all the
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way down to the runway where this wreckage is still sitting, we can show you a couple of things. first, there is a little bit of a base camp that's set up right before the wreckage where ntsb investigators and everyone has put all of their stuff and where they get shuttled out there, that's where they make the home base. then there's the wreckage. you can see containers out there. then we pan down and up can see where the tail of the plane is resting where the impact was they have been out there every day. they work from daylight to day break. this afternoon, the briefing you talked about, they will sum up what they learn every 24 hours. at this point, we know all of the of the interviews with the pilots, and there were four of
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them, three at the time in the cockpit, they stayed around on their own to talk to investigators and the ntsb chair says they've been very, very forthcoming but obviously a lot of the focus is on the pilot. >> at the end of the day our goal is to learn from this to make sure no other crew will find themselves in a situation like this crew. >> reporter: but isn't part of the lesson that you have to pay attention, everything is so automated these days but you can't rely on automation? >> we've conducted a number of investigations in the past approach and landing critical phase of flight, pilot monitoring skills are very important. we've issued recommendations about those in this investigation we're gonna have to see what the facts tell us. >> reporter: and they will be getting those folks bay looking at the wreckage but doing more interviews. they expect the crew to be interviewed. they will try to interview passengers. one the scene is wrapped up,
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they will release it back to the airport but we shouldn't fet any conclusions they say -- get any conclusions they say for another 12 or 18 months. live near snowe, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. we're getting a closer look at one of the crash victims. this is video of 16-year-old ye mengwuan playing here, and she was a top student talented with the piano. her parents are in the bay area planning her funeral and seeking sceneses about her death -- answers about her death. investigators say she may have been hit by a fire truck responding to the crash. and that is still he being investigated. let's get you updated on some of the top stories -- a flight that experienced trouble late last night at sfo has landed safely in cincinnati. a delta was scheduled to we dart -- debart at 1 -- depart at 11:00 eam. but we're told that a small
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utility tug bumped into the aircraft just before aircraft. no one was injured. police have detained one person in connection with the deadly stabbing at a sheltner san jose. police the victim was stabbed during a fight and a fiery crash blocked all eastbound traffic. the chp says the big rig rear ended the van around 1:00 a.m. neither driver was hurt. >> 8:49. happening now in sanford, florida, a judge has ruled that trayvon martin's texts cannot be introduced as evidence in bim's murder trial. these -- in george zimmerman's murder trial. these are live pictures. those texts reportedly discuss fights martin had been in at his school. the judge ruled an animation that re-creates the comconversation between the two cannot be inintroduced as
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evidence -- introduced as evidence for review. new documents filed against aaron hernandez are linking him to more than one murder. a vehicle wanted in a double killing in boston one year ago was rented in hernandez's name. the filing includes testimony from a man who was with hernandez the night oden lloyd was killed. police say the man claims hernandez confessed to the murder. another suspension looms for bartolo da cologne and -- bartolo cologne and 20 other players. he would be suspended because of the steroids investigation. the commissioner is considering bans for alex rodriquez and ryan braun. it's day three at of a
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hunger strike. inmates are protesting the use of solitary confinement. this is the third and urge laest hunger strike in the prison system in recent history. a shift in winds is helping fire crews gain ground on a wildfire in san diego county. the fire damaged or destroyed more than 120 vacation cabins. a lodge operated by the sierra is affected as well. las vegas casinos are opening their doors for people forced out of their homes by a nearby wildfire. some hotels are offering evacuees and rates as low as $25 a night. others are letting victims stay for free up to two weeks. the at this point, it's only about -- at this point, it's
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only about 10% contained. canadian authorities have found evidence that a criminal act may have caused a deadly train crash that killed at least 15 people. early saturday morning near the main border a parked train carrying oil began rolling downhill. about six miles later it crashed and derailed at 63 miles per hour. even if they knew rail dispatchers would not be able to warn anyone. >> there's no way that the dispatcher could see or to realize that there was no controlled movement. >> at least who buildings were leveled in the explosions. nearly 2,000 people had to be evacuated. so far, more than half of the evacuated residents ares have been allowed to return -- residents have been allowed to return to their homes. 8:52. and coming up -- a marine critically injured in iraq.
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the even he's outraged about the way he was treated at an airport in northern california. good morning. westbound 237, still a little bit slow. as you drive by 880. no major problems. we'll tell you more about the morning commute coming up.
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mary gonzales had a cold, she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive
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some people are upset by the treatment of a wounded
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marine by tsa. the corporal was severely injured in iraq. ke not lift his right arm or remove clothing by himself. the corporal says the tsa screeners hassled him at a sacramento airport because he could not move his arms. >> the security tesh nixes were not aware who -- technicians were not aware who this marine was and why he was there, nor that he suffered injuries from his military service. >> the tsa says any wounded service members can use the wound the warriors' screening program but need to contact the airline ahead of time. reducing the humid footprint at yosemite park stirring up controversial. under a new proposal visitors would no longer be able to rent bicycles, horses or river rafts in yosemite valley. in response to the public outcry, the park's director says his agency soing looing at alternatives that would loy a
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-- that would allow this to continue. details won't be out until december. sal, problems on 680? >> fortunately things are getting better. we're looking at it. if you are gonna be driving -- well this, is highway 24. pardon me. westbound 24 gets up to walnut creek, not a bad commute. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza that's cleared up nicely. right now would be a good time if you need to get out to the city. northbound 101 is still slow because of some problems problems -- because of some problems. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. well, yesterday, temperatures warmed up fast. we had the fog on the ground and that burned off. but the coast didn't change. inland temperatures did. much cooler pattern. it's moved pretty far inland. cooler weather takes into thursday, friday, probably saturday as well even as we head to the weekend.
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>> kind of muggy down there. very muggy. there's been light rain down around long beach but i don't think it will make it up here. that's our report for this morning. thanks for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be waur to watch the news -- be sure to watch the news at noon. we're always here for you on facebook and twitter. thank you for joining us. have a great day. look at 'em.
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hello, everybody. i'm beth troutman. it's time for us to tell you the stories behind the best videos of the day "right this minute." a suspect is being shown being pulled by his hair in the back of the squad car. >> a driver has no idea what is about to come out from between the parked cars. the scary scene that could have been so much worse. >> can you scoop them under the seat? >> two